Hello from Easton! Today the sun is out in full force, and a warm day is welcomed. Colors are appearing rapidly around town as leaves turn their beautiful shades of red, orange, and yellow!
This week I ask you to join me in congratulating the Easton Lions Club as they celebrate 90 years of service to Easton. From their beginning in 1931, the Lions have sponsored many public health initiatives, from school dentist visits and treatments, to today's vision programs, and so many other great things. Their annual events such as the Holiday Festival and their fishing derby, just to name a few, are special. Their relationship with the Easton Grange has been such a benefit for both groups. If you have not been to the thrift store, check it out!
Today I have attached the last of the 1968 Gym Jam photos. I hope to get a few names from these pictures, and I thank those who have sent some along. One of the events on the program was Boys Tumbling, and the two photos here must be from that event. Can you imagine how much practice it must have taken to do these? I don't think I would want to be the young man on the bottom of the pile, and I know I would never be able to "fly" over the twelve boys doing headstands! Such athleticism is something to truly be admired.
The second attachment is five of our boys striking their best pose. Again, names are needed.
We are missing photos of the girls events at this Gym Jam, and if any are out there, please consider sending them along to add to the collection. We are able to copy any photos you might not want to part with.
Wishing you all a terrific week,
Anne Wooster Drury